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As a fellow teacher (of a similar age group), I don't know how well "heavy" music would go over. I always have music playing while my students are working independently or in groups, but it's always decidedly in the background (mostly soundtracks and ambient post-rock). "Heavier" music would, I fear, cause them to lose concentration. Maybe it varies with the subject, though (I teach math, but I could see it working during, say, a writing session).

That said, Russian Circles needs more love.


What's this ambient post rock you speak of? I do mostly soundtracks now, and I snuck the BCR in (during our quarterly writing assessment oddly enough), and they enjoyed it, which made me curious about other heavier instrumentals. Not necessarily double bass and shredding and breakdowns, but something more beefy than Batman, Jurassic Park and Inception. Haha
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What's this ambient post rock you speak of? I do mostly soundtracks now, and I snuck the BCR in (during our quarterly writing assessment oddly enough), and they enjoyed it, which made me curious about other heavier instrumentals. Not necessarily double bass and shredding and breakdowns, but something more beefy than Batman, Jurassic Park and Inception. Haha

Industries of the Blind have one of my favorite albums in this vein. Even better is that it's free.



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